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in the game against the suns but finished with 8 points, 6 rebounded, one block shot. today coach marc jackson said that bogut will be limited to 20 to 25 minutes. i don't think he is happy with that but will just play it as it goes as they play the november schedule. i caught up with bogut today. >> first points. season scored by you. that had to have felt good after waiting over 11 months? >> definitely did. it's been a long time to get back on the floor and, you know, got a easy cheap bucket early. >> a bucket's a bucket, right? >> that's right. >> reporter: what was this like for you to wait so long and then to finally come out? >> agonizing, tough mentally physically draining. but, you know, that's part of being a professional sportsman is try and stay positive throughout these things and it was tough and rough, you know, half a year to a year. almost past this thing. and i'm back playing basketball. >> reporter: once you get in the game you don't want to come out. if i said there was maybe an imaginary harness pulling you off and keeping you on the bench would i be accurate? >> yea
at the tight race with fresh statistics from dave goldberg, and finally jesse jackson why obama's track record is enough to give him a second term. we'll begin with the war on drugs. ethan nadelman wants to legalize marijuana among others things. he has a clear message. take marijuana out of the courts. tax it like other drug and move on. ethan. great to have you on the show. >> it's great to be here. >> gavin: election in just days. do you expect truly a dramatic shift in policy, a in obama's second term. and, b in an romney presidency versus an obama presidency. >> i have to say and legally speaking i'm head of of the drug policy action, the choice of us who care the drug wars is a choice between a disappointment and a disaster. romney from everything i can see, everything that he believes in and not flip flop on is the war on drugs. he could be the worse in the war on drugs since president bush. if the democrats take both the senate and the house, which is unlikely, i think we'll see serious movement forward. i think we'll see the emergence to evaluate the state of drugs in this country. we
as baseball cycle game and to quote my fellow play-by-play man keith jackson, whoa nelly. [ laughter ] anyway the national poll shows a virtual tie with the president having a slight but persistent lead in some of the key battleground states. he has to close the deal. the deal is in the midwest. the candidates, their wives and running mates are covering eight battleground states in total today. we start by taking to you home base. mike, the president hits four states. what's his closing argument? >> we got ourselves a barn burner. i'm sitting here home alone. in the words of keith jackson and the words of david axelrod, his closing argument and this is the most memorable quote is coming from his loins. we saw the president come in late tonight. he was back out on the road early this morning. he stopped apartment fema one more time, back to helicopter, back to joint base andrews, back in air force one. he landed in mentor, ohio, that's northern ohio. in terms. closing argument, it's the same, basically the same stump speech but with that last final frenzy, that last bit of energy now that bost
, and you could always get a picture with him. and there were others. jesse jackson's a terrific subject, and some of the others. we had a lot of fun along the way. and others, of course, are more difficult. >> who is the most difficult? >> well, pat robertson wasn't the easiest person in the world to photograph. and i think the reason for that is simple. he's a gentleman who makes his living on television, and is very aware of the camera, and very aware of camera angles, and how he looks. and therefore, he has his guard up at all times. and when you look at pictures of him in the book, you can see that. he just notices where the camera is all the time because he's been trained, and that's how he makes a living. that's his profession. where the other candidates don't come from television. >> one thing inside this book on the flap that seems a little higher than most, and that's the price. how much does it cost for this? and i don't mean higher than most photographic books, i mean higher than most books. how much is this on the news stand? >> the soft cover -- you've got the hard cover. m
". now, whenever i say this word "this is it" -- i am borrowing from michael jackson. then you did a blessing. okay. this has been the moment we all been waiting for. this is it. >> (inaudible). >> a community dream is being actualized. this is it. >> [inaudible] >> communities from the bay view to chinatown are being connected. this is it. >> central subway. >> affordable transportation is the life blood of all cities. right? this is it. >> central subway. >> from washington dc to san francisco we are here to accept brait a federally supported and grass-roots driven transit project that represents access for all to jobs, health care, their families. this is it. >> central subway. >> okay. a little extra. in the national play offs of life itself like buster posy we just hit a grand slam. this is it. >> central subway. >> it's been a long and difficult road towards a new and more inclusive transit system for san francisco neighborhoods, but we shall overcome. am i right? this is it. >> central subway. >> bless the construction workers and those that sacrifice so much --
michael shure, jayar jackson get going. >> when i get rattled with these polls, and andreas must i think they skew the national polls. >> cenk: they're mad at nate silver for doing math. oh i can't believe he contemplated the polls. >> it's reassuring to me. attacking his sexuality calling him gay. where did that come from? what does that have to do with it. >> cenk: anybody who does math is obviously gay. didn't you miss that memo? >> i think mark passed his 10 minutes. is he banned. >> cenk: let's go to a-21, early voting is critical in ohio. there we have fascinating numbers. one in four people already voted in ohio, which is important. and president obama seems to have a gigantic lead, 60-34 obviously it's not the end all be all. but the ground game for president obama might be a little bit better. how much of a difference do you think that might make. >> you see why republican governorrers have beengovernors have been fighting. if you question the motives of the people, it's laid there in the early voting. it will have an impact, this early voting, especially in florida. i don't kno
. there is a clutch down the stretch. mark jackson believes his stronger bench play will be important this season. >> we're fortunate to have top notch guys coming in off the bench. i'll put our bench up against anyone's in the league. things they do well... they've been around. they know how to may. luxury to have those guys.. >> any hope they have of making a bowl game rests on a win tonight. friday night game against washington. it's a gold out. got the gold towels in the air. all that glitters is not gold. instead, it's a fumble. the huskies recover. that would lead to a touchdown run. right now they're in the second quarter, cal is trailing. cardinals coach making changes here. josh nunez started every game this season but offense has been sluggish. now saw hez hogan's mobility adds to the arsenal. went for a touchdown against cal, hogan will get 12-20 plays tomorrow. >> big thing for us is to get back into rhythm, running and9i throwing. there are things we do so well. we have to execute. we can get first downs and we've got to get our line 21 downs in the game. be good on third down. coll
that is going to affect the outcome of the death penalty. >> that melinda jackson and research director of the policy research institute. he is going to be joining us in the studio for election night coverage next tuesday, your voice, your vote. hope you can be with us for all the returns and analysis. >> surprisingly most inmates on california's death row are against proposition 34. why? that is because if it passes it would change inmate's access to lawyers. the state would still pay for lawyers for appeals but those lawyers would not be require to file habeas corpus petitions as they do now. opponents say if inmates want to get convictions overturned they have a better chance if they are sentenced to death rather than life because they have more legal assistance available to them. >> a lot more to get to. a political firestorm in san bruno. the governor defends the state public utility commission but some homeowners beg to differ. how do you evacuate a giant sea otter? >> we've got only a warmup coming our way. we may see record high temperatures next week. i'll show you how warm it
not extend an off to pitcher edwin jackson. >>> the wait is over for d.c. united. tomorrow the black and red turn to the playoff pitch for the first time in five years. we've got a preview on the other side. seemed a bit extreme. so i looked into it. turns out, romney doesn't oppose contraception at all. in fact, he thinks abortion should be an option in cases of rape, incest, or to save a mother's life. this issue's important to me, but i'm more concerned about the debt our children will be left with. i voted for president obama last time, but we just can't afford four more years. [ romney ] i'm mitt romney and i approve this message. >>> welcome back. when the wizards tip off against the celtics tomorrow night at the verizon center, seven players will play in front of a home crowd for the very first time, john wall and nene not included but kevin seraphin will likely be back after missing three weeks with a strained calf. the wizards started their season tuesday night in cleveland and took a 4th quarter lead on the jannero pargo three pointer only to fall to the cavaliers 94-84. the team h
, they know how the play. >> coach jackson has no concerns about center andrew bogut after his impressive debut performance. he had no set backs after that game. bogut will start tonight as the warriors try to beat memphis for the first same since 2010. he will hold bogut out just to be on the safe side. >> with the warriors, i'm john henry smith. nbc bay area news. >> and the fallout from the nhl lockout has announced they have cancelled the winter classic. they were to play in front of over 100,000 fans on new year's day. but the oakland raiders game against the tampa bay buccaneers will be televised locally after all. this team received ann, extensin on thursday and was able to sell enough tickets to avoid the blackout. and the breeders' cup at the lady's classic did not disappoint. back-to-back wins for royal delta. that was a thoroughbred race for if i fillies and mares, that coverage will be at 5:00 on nbc bay area. raj, jess, no football, but we have raiders and horse racing and other stuff to keep you occupied. >> mindi, it's an open weekend, we will be at your house and watch the
jackson. if she could do that, i'd vote for her. >> she's the head of the epa and once they're in office reliable votes for president obama if he wins. >> of course. >> paul: one surprise before we go, heather wilson has been closing the republican there, a tough state because mitt romney isn't going to win that state, but that may be one to look at, 'cause she's been gaining. coming up in our second half hour, with the national polls tied up all eyes are on independents. we'll check in with pollster witt ayers who has new numbers. with all 135 house seats up. a look at what the 113th congress might look like and a roundup of other measures on the ballot in states across the country. including a big showdown in california. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 let's talk about low-cost investing. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 at schwab, we're committed to offering you tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 low-cost investment options-- tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 like our exchange traded funds, or etfs tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 which now have the lowest tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 operating expenses tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 in their respective tdd#: 1-8
, but it was a wonderful thing that happened to black people. suddenly sharpson and jackson were not the sole black spokesman. republican policies that have been being pushed by republicans for years, welfare reform, law and order policies, demagogued as racist, racist, racist, and when nixon says "law and order" we know what he's talking about. no law and order policies instituted by reagan and bush judges, rudy guiliani, bless his souls, tens of thousands of black lives were saved. when welfare was reformed, black lives were saved in a different way. welfare and law and order were so successful, bill clinton claimed credit for both. [laughter] we had 12 years of paradise, that's in the chapter, post-oj pair dice describing wonderful things that happened. people are not walking on egg shells anymore with the list of words you just mentioned. people had to be worried back then you would innocently say a word that would be deemed racist. you would ruin your career. you would be -- you would be hated by all of human kind. that was over after oj. a lot of the change after oj was really very subtle, bu
times by the trees what did i do to help the people of michael jackson. the president has taken on acorn show. this has really been no effort by this administration to help the people when they were underattack. this administration ignored many warnings coming from benghazi, libya about the state of play. they have been telling us and the entire world al-qaeda has been dismantled. it was clear to anybody who was listening that was peaking benghazi over. during the apack, he said he reported people to help those in libya to come to the aid of the people in libya. not one person came to his aid. did he ignore the order or never make the order? the person i blame above all else is president barack obama. he has oversold the dismantling of ail quaid. he spiked the ball when bin laden was killed and created a seps of security that doesn't exist and he let these poor people in libya go into a death trap and didn't do anything about it. >> greta: but go back to my point that once all that happened and these and the americans want to know what happened to the murder -- any murder investigation i
. there are books and biographies of frank roosevelt, a biography about andrew jackson. the age of gold is about the american gold rush in the 1840sn the first american, benjamin franklin and together, thesethee books, i think, they comprise not haphazardly but very purposefully the history of thes united states through the lastrl 200 or so years two of them are finalists finalist for the pulitzer prize. youfi can see h.w. brand on tv all the time. bill grams.. history channel or turn on the tv, there he is. ldis book s -- i this book is, i'm going to holdo up it up against you can see it and recognize it. a it is a tremendous biography of ulysses-esque rant filled with stuff that i never knew and was delighted to find out. utry authoritative and readableo before we get to that, before we get to grant himself, i wanted to ask bill a more broad a question abouts biography. here at the book festival, there are a number of biographers. i have read several of thesehese books lately i have read robert caro's biography and all of cohen, these people are at the book festival, among others, i thinkh th
is a man-made. host: who is in the mountain party there? caller: jessie -- jessie it is not jackson. i am voting for jessie, but jessie jackson is from chicago. jessie johnson, and robert, who is also, i belive he is iunning for governer. it will be a protest vote. i am so dissapointed people here could not vote. caller: a good morning. i am -- i cannot stand debbie. es. tells us so many liv and bill nelson is the biggest fake that ever came along. he is anything but an independent. but i was wondering if i could make a comment about abortion. everyone seems to think it is such an easy subject. i am the father of a daughter and two granddaughters. and i can tell you that the part of the abortion and question that people never talk about is the responsibility corp. for an unwanted pregnancy. when i was growing up, if you got someone pregnant, you were going to marry them and that child was going to have your name. but look what has happened. birth control bills came along, so that if there was an unwanted pregnancy, it was the woman's fault because she did not take your pills. now, let us
. good to see you. and che sheila jackson, a democc congresswoman from texas, and she's not joining us from texas today. she's out on the campaign trail in columbus, ohio. good to see you as well, congresswoman. >> fredricka, good to be with you this afternoon. >> excellent. let's begin. we're talking about these candidates, president obama, mitt romney, they are crisscrossing these battleground states. let me begin with you, congressman price. you heard kyung talking about colorado being so vital. it was obama country during the last election, but with the one third independent voters made up much of suburban moms, is this a strategy that romney is going to be spending more time there later on today. how focused is he on colorado and trying to sway perhaps those one third independent voters? >> that's colorado and it's wisconsin and it's ohio and pennsylvania and all of the other states that are still in play. and the independent voters are indeed absolutely pivotal. each candidate want to make sure they get out their base, their base voters. when we look at the independent votes whic
weekend push. and then we're going to be joined by sheila jackson lee and congressman tom price. they're going to be talking strategy of these two candidates later on today. just three days to go until election day, hard to believe. >> and then, of course, we're going to talk about the third party candidates. they are indeed a factor. how much might they impact this race? larry king is going to be joining us. he moderated the one, the only debate involving the third party candidates. we have a lot straight ahead beginning at noon eastern time. >> all right. we'll check in with you then. >>> in the meantime, we'll take a quick break. we'll be right back. >>> democrats are hoping they're only three days away from taking back control of the u.s. house. as athena jones reports, they'll face an uphill battle. >> reporter: republicans want control of the house in 2010. riding a wave of victories by tea party backed candidates carrying a message of fiscal conservatism and strong opposition to obamacare. so what's going to happen this time around? >> it's all got to go. >> reporter: back in s
important to our future, lisa jackson, hilda solis, steven chu, regulating-- >> and you say it's going to be regulated to death and put a crimp on everything we do. >> this is the most important election of my life. >> neil: of your entire life? >> my whole life. >> neil: even the lincoln one? >> i knew you were going there, go to my softer underbelly. but neil, we have a chance to turn america totally around. >> neil: what would happen if barack obama won, jack? >> i don't know the answer, but noi this, there's a high probability of regulatory crimp in the whole gas fracking area. >> neil: but, the whole big picture, jack welch sees barack obama reelect $, if it were to happen, what happens to the country? >> slow growth, growth that will come back with -- we have a monetary policy that makes money free, so we'll have a slow growth, 1 1/2 to 2% versus the opportunity for 3 to 4% growth rate. neil, we talked about the middle class. the the middle class has been hammered with $4,000 lower take home pay than before. the only way to get a middle class, high paying jobs from a very competi
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